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In addition to the designated programs below, our Chapter also financially supports an annual JROTC summer encampment where a number of local cadets from various local JROTC programs come together for several weeks where they are exposed to leadership, discipline and traditional military values.

If you are so inclined, we welcome your support.  You may designate support for one or more of these programs or a general donation to the Chapter to be used where the need is greatest. Currently we have six beneficiaries, which are:

1. Fisher House at Portsmouth Naval Hospital

      The Naval medical Center Portsmouth Fisher House is one of more than 60 houses donated to the government by the Fisher House foundation, which are designed to care for the families of patients who may be injured, wounded, sick or terminally ill while in medical treatment facilities. The foundation provides grants to families, allowing them to stay in a "home-away-from-home" near the treatment center. Amenities and admission guidelines

2. Liberty Lounge, Colonial Williamsburg

Located at 405 E. Duke of Gloucester Street in Colonial Williamsburg, the lounge provides a comfortable place to relax. This is a special place within the historic district dedicated to ticketed active duty military, veteran, and retired military and their families. Visitors can obtain tickets at the Visitor Center of Colonial Williamsburg or any of the ticket offices located in the Colonial City.  

3. Honor Flight

“Honor Flight” is a nation-wide program developed to provide free transportation for as many World War II veterans as feasible to visit the National World War II Memorial in Washington DC.  Today, there are 140 Honor Flight Networks coordinating transportation for veterans of WWII, Korean, and Vietnam wars to Washington D.C. to view their respective war memorials. VIPMOAA is proud to support our local network hub, Honor Flight Old Dominion (Williamsburg VA).  See the Old Dominion Honor Flight Facebook page.

4. Army Transportation Museum Foundation, Fort Eustis

The Army Transportation Museum Foundation (ATMF), helps to sustain the Army Transportation Museum in its efforts to preserve the Transportation Corps heritage and legacy since its inception during World War II.  Through your contributions and membership, ATMF provides connectivity between the military and civilian communities to keep a rich and vibrant history alive at Fort Eustis, Virginia.


5. USO of Hampton Roads & Central Virginia

The USO provides rest and relaxation, gaming, food and beverages, Wi-Fi, family support, and emotional wellness. 


ROTC medals are used to recognize outstanding cadets in his or her next-to-last year in the proram who have demonstrated exceptional potential for military leadership. They are awarded  a leadership medal and $25 gift card. In addition $500 scholarships are awarded to seniors in eleven high schools of the VIPMOAA area. 




Virginia Peninsula Chapter MOAA
    We have 6 Beneficiaries:

    1. Fisher House

    2. Liberty Lounge, Colonial Williamsburg

    3. Honor Flight

    4. Army Transportation Museum Foundation, Ft Eustis

    5. USO of Norfolk

    6. ROTC Awards

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